With the current developments on a soft - article 50 (Treaty of Lisbon) based Brexit and talks taking place on a hard Brexit (following the Commons
As regulators across the globe turn their attention to distributed ledger technology (DLT), developments in this space have been in the
On February 9, HM Treasury published its response (Response) to the consultation that ran from March 27, 2015, to June 18, 2015, on the transposition
On 21 July 2016, the FCA published a report on its thematic review of the UK equity marketplace, focusing on dark pools and broker crossing networks
The Supreme Court in a recent decision has potentially increased the number of claims available to whistleblowers under the False Claims Act (FCA)
This briefing examines FCA-authorised open-ended real estate funds available to retail investors, and the toolkit available to fund managers in
Three consultation documents have been issued giving more detail about the proposed framework for a secondary market for annuities. The purpose of
The "freedom and choice" reforms to UK pensions are giving individuals many more options in terms of how they access their pension savings. To ensure
In this year’s Mansion House speech, the Chancellor, George Osborne, said his predictions from last year had come true and that Britain’s economy is recovering, but slowly, as was to be expected.
The Financial Services Authority (the “FSA”) published in late January this year a discussion paper (DP111) which contained a Foreword - unusually written by its Chairman Lord Adair Taylor - considering how the FSA (and its proposed successor body) will pursue its consumer protection objective and strategy.